Tuba's survival guide
Tuba grows naturally in nutrient poor soil, so no need to feed her. If she gets hungry, she’ll catch something herself (hopefully a mosquito or the spider that’s been side eyeing you.) Water her regularly and prune away dead leaves. Don’t turn your back on her for too long. If you hear a noise that sounds suspiciously like a bored house plant clawing her way out of a tight pot—run. We’ll meet you at the rendezvous point beneath the old oak tree with your new passport. Whatever you do, don’t look back. It’s too late now...
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What makes Tuba so special
Tuba is a carnivorous, perennial plant who enjoys sunlight and moist soil. Her goblet-like figure and appealing colours help her attract and trap her prey. She likes youth, vivacity, and—most importantly—gullibility. Good looking, stupid insects are her bread and butter. Tuba lures them in with her charms, makes them feel safe, and kills them with a cocktail of poisonous chemicals. Some say that Tuba was in love once, but that he spurned her for another. Some believe she was born without a conscience. All we know is that other house plants seem boring by comparison.
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Pack me up
These plants can't wait to get to your home in their beautiful and safe plant box. These special boxes that we've developed are perfect for shipping your new plant friend home safely and securely. Remember when your mom used to tuck you in at night? Well our green friends get the same royal treatment when we ship them to your door. They love it!